Periodic tests are found necessary to assess the performance of Students. It also promotes healthy competition among them and helps them make aware of their own shortcomings and failures in their study habits by getting them graded again and again.

Examination Pattern:

  1. Classes 1 to 4 will not be having examinations or unit tests instead they will have regular assessment throughout the year using different parameters.
  2. There will be six assessments for each Student in a year for all subjects and each assessment will show the improvement of 6 - 8 weeks’ time span.
  3. The Teacher takes all the home work, work sheets, assignments and all other learning progress etc., into consideration during the 6-8 weeks’ time span to award marks out of 10 for each assessments.
  4. Out of the six assessments, the last one (sixth one) is compulsory. Out of the first five assessments, (July to January), the best marks of any four assessments will be taken into consideration for final result.
  5. For classes 1 and 2, the final mark of the student will be the total mark of the best four and the mark obtained in the last assessment.
  6. For classes 3 and 4 there will be six assessments as in the case of classes 1 and 2. The only difference is that classes 3 and 4 will have the sixth assessment as a written examination for 60 marks.
  7. For classes 3 and 4 the final mark will be the total mark of best four assessments and the marks obtained in the final exam.
  8. For classes 5 to 9, there will be two terms; in each term, there will be two unit tests (10 mark each) and one examination (70 mark). 10 marks will be allotted for personality / internal assessment for each subject.
  9. Total marks of two unit tests, exam and the internal assessment will be the final mark (10 + 10 + 70 + 10 ).
  10. These tests / exams cannot be deferred or anticipated to suit to individual convenience. No re examination will be conducted in any subject.
  11. Parents are welcome to consult the subject Teachers to make out the defects and common mistakes committed by their children in their answer sheets within the limited time announced after the results of each test.
  12. Any kind of malpractice in the tests, attempted or intended by any Student, is punishable with suspension or expulsion from the tests or from School according to the gravity of the offence.
  13. The norms of promotion are fixed as per timely directions received from the department of education. Promotion depends on the marks scored in each test and final examination and also on internal assessment based on attendance, home work, class work, composition, general discipline, co curricular activities etc.
  14. The results of the tests and exams will be given to the parents in the report card, while the final result of the academic year on promotion or detention will be announced in School.
  15. Students who could not secure promotion due to inability to study the subjects may be asked to leave the School. Students failing twice in the same standard or thrice in different standards will have to leave the School. The decision of the Principal will be final in this matter.